Charging electric cars is likely to become more expensive for many people as electricity costs rise. Not only at home, but possibly also at the public charging station or the fast charger at Fastned.
Cars with a combustion engine are currently expensive because of the record high fuel prices, but EV drivers will also pay more. To start with, fast-charging company Fastned says it has not yet made a decision on a possible price increase, but that it ‘is logical that the rising electricity costs will be passed on in the price of charging electric cars’. Fastned, which has more than 65,000 customers, has kept the price of electricity from the charging stations at 59 euro cents per kilowatt hour for more than four years. According to the spokesperson, “however, it is currently looking at possible price adjustments, but no choices have yet been made.” It is more complicated for public charging stations.
Source: AutoWeek by www.autoweek.nl.
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